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    Susan Edwards
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Hughesovka, A Welsh Enterprise in Imperial Russia', Susan Edwards, Glamorgan Record Office (1992).

Hughesovka, A Welsh Enterprise in Imperial Russia', Susan Edwards, Glamorgan Record Office (1992). Dreaming a City: From Wales to Ukraine', Colin Thomas, Y Lolfa 2009. Includes the author's 1991 BBC documentary "Hughesovka and the New Russia", winner of BAFTA Cymru's inaugural Best Documentary Award. The Iron Tsar, the Life and Times of John Hughes', Roderick Heather, Penpress 2010.

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Hughesovka - A Welsh Enterprise in Imperial Russia - 1992 - Author - Susan Edwards

Hughesovka - A Welsh Enterprise in Imperial Russia - 1992 - Author - Susan Edwards. Permission (Reusing this file). Public domainPublic domainfalsefalse. This work is in the public domain in Russia according to article 1256 of Book IV of the Civil Code of the Russian Federation No. 230-FZ of December 18, 2006 (details)

For further information on the project, visit John Hughes Wales or ww. ohnhugheswales. uk Huge thanks to archivist Susan Edwards and all the archives team for their warm welcome and very kind support ww. 11. John Hughes Wales.

Hughes came to the attention of the Imperial Russian government, which . One thought on Hughesovka: A Welsh Enterprise in Imperial Russia.

Hughes came to the attention of the Imperial Russian government, which was anxious to develop its railways and heavy engineering industries. In 1868, he took up a concession from the government and bought land and mineral rights in the Donbass (then southern Russia, now the Ukraine). Four of Hughes’ sons – John James, Arthur David, Ivor Edward and Albert Llewellyn – were closely involved in the running of the works. When John Hughes died in St. Petersburg in 1889, they took over, sharing the responsibilities between them. HRA/DXGC239/3: John Hughes with family and Russian friends.

Published 1992 by Glamorgan Record Office Publications in Glamorgan.

Main Author: Edwards, Susan. Workers, strikes, and pogroms : the Donbass-Dnepr Bend in late imperial Russia, 1870-1905, By: Wynn, Charters, 1953- Published: (1992). ntuziazm (Simfonii︠a︡ Donbassa), Published: (2005).

volunteering for war service, 1914; (4) Press release on "Hughesovka-A Welsh Ironworks in Russia", Cardiff, 1991; (5) Video cassette of "Hughesovka and the New Russia", BBC2, July-August 1991; (6) Susan Edwards, Iuzovka/Hughesovka: A Welsh Enterprise in Imperial.

volunteering for war service, 1914; (4) Press release on "Hughesovka-A Welsh Ironworks in Russia", Cardiff, 1991; (5) Video cassette of "Hughesovka and the New Russia", BBC2, July-August 1991; (6) Susan Edwards, Iuzovka/Hughesovka: A Welsh Enterprise in Imperial Russia, Cardiff, 1992. Administrative, Biographical History. Iuzovka (Hughesovka) in the Ukraine grew up around the ironworks established there by the Welsh ironmaster John Hughes (1816-1899). Acquisition Information.